A new TV channel “Elyewm” started broadcast in Northern Syria.
Assyrian-Syriac organisations sent a letter to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım and Finance Minister Mehmet Şimşek, demanding the return of nearly 50 properties of theirs usurped by the AKP.
A short film about Taybet Inan, who was killed by Turkish soldiers during the curfew in the northern Kurdish town of Silopî, has been awarded another prize.
A huge Banksy artwork appeared in New York to protest the imprisonment of Kurdish journalist and painter Zehra Dogan.
The guerrilla theater group ‘Şanoya Çiya’ performs their new play ‘Dara Jiyanê’ (Tree of Life) for guerrillas in the mountains.
Writer serving a life sentence in the Şakran Prison Mehmet Ali Yaşa has been issued 3 years in prison for his book on the Roboskî Massacre, while the publisher was fined 33.000 Liras.
Initiative to Keep Hasankeyf Alive launched a petition campaign against relocation of monuments in Hasankeyf.
Kurdish artist and journalist Zehra Dogan’s art is being exhibited in Vienna’s Künstlerhaus.
Turkish authorities have banned screening of an Armenian-Iranian movie titled ‘Yeva’ after a request from Consulate of Azerbaijan.
Turkish planes bombed the archaeological site of Brad, 15 km south of Afrin city, which has been on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 2011.